Tuesday, September 29, 2015

DIY Any Season, Inexpensive, and Easy Wreath + Bow tutorial

Hello. Who is enjoying the cooler weather? I know I would, if we had any. But it is still pretty warm here. That, though, does not stop me from decorating my home with fall colors, and changing my screen saver to a fall one. I just love the gorgeous yellow, orange, and rusty red colors found in this season. Besides, it reminds me that CHRISTmas is around the corner. Yoo-hoo!! This year my family and I are also celebrating the 1st year in our new home, and that's why I decided to make the wreaths for our front door. They were not difficult to make, so I decided to share the tutorial with you.
 
Supplies you will need
I bought the vines at Michaels with my coupons, of course.  Here is the link with the tutorial for the bow. You can find the leaf garland at the dollar stores. The apple branches with flowers are from Southern Hospitality, but you can use different fruit and/or flowers depending on which season you will be using your wreath. And I'm pretty sure you have a glue gun, and glue stickers. If not, you can find them anywhere, even Walmart,  for a very reasonable price.
Glue the leaf garland on the vine first (I needed 2 for each wreath). I took some leaves out of the garland and glued them where I wanted them to stay. Glue the fruit branch, then glue the bow. Voilà, your wreath is ready. It can't get easier than that, and you can make one for each season or different holidays. 

Thank you for stopping by
God bless you, and Happy Fall,
Vanías Reed